Cleveland Cavaliers are facing many problems this season, but no problem is bigger than all the injuries they are going through. Their inability to stay healthy has affected team chemistry, making it hard for the Cavaliers to perform well and get on a win streak. Recently, the team managed to win four games in a row, but it's questionable if they can keep it going as they lost another player.

Iman Shumpert, who missed a few games earlier in the season because of a right knee issue, will be sidelined for at least five more days. This time, the guard is dealing with a left knee issue, and he will miss next few games for Cleveland.

The Cavaliers will play against the Pistons in Detroit Monday night, and head coach Tyronn Lue will use another starting lineup.

Another game, another starting lineup

Detroit Pistons have been surprisingly good this season and their 10-5 record ranks them second in the Eastern Conference. In addition, they are the fourth-best team in the entire NBA. What makes them even more dangerous is the fact that they are tied for the best home record in the league with seven wins and only one loss.

The Pistons could be a big mismatch for the Cavaliers as they have amazing guards and a great big man. Andre Drummond is leading the leading in rebounds this season with 15.7 per game, while Avery Bradley is averaging career-high 17.7 points on average.

Bradley's defense is amazing, so he will be a big problem for Cleveland.

Iman Shumpert, who was used as Derrick Rose's replacement, will be replaced by Jose Calderon as the 36-year-old playmaker will get his second start of the season. He is only playing 6.7 minutes per game and averaging career lows in every single statistical category.

Calderon's first start with the Cavaliers came against the Orlando Magic on October 21. The point guard scored 2 points, grabbed 2 rebounds, and dished out 2 assists in what was a blowout loss for Cleveland.

Can Cleveland keep the win streak alive?

Just a week ago, the Cleveland Cavaliers were two games under .500, but their four-game win streak is slowly getting them closer to the top of the conference.

While the Detroit Pistons will be a tough opponent, the Cavaliers could keep their win streak alive.

The biggest advantage Cleveland will have over Detroit is rest. The Pistons will be playing on the second night of a back-to-back while the Cavaliers will play their first game in three nights.